Largest gathering of APRNs in the Midwest - Education for APRNs planned by APRNs!
This intensive in-person three-day conference will review current and identify new evidence-based pharmacologic and clinical approaches to management of common conditions in primary and acute care, with the goals of safe prescribing practice and optimal therapeutic outcomes.
Conference Outcomes: By participating in the sessions offered at the conference most applicable to their professional learning needs, participants will be able to:
- Apply leadership and advocacy skills to improve collaborative partnerships at the local, state, and national level to ensure that APRNs can practice to the fullest extent of their scope of practice.
- ldentify opportunities to promote health and prevent disease for self, clients, and the community.
- lmplement strategies in the management of chronic, acute, and complex health conditions to achieve optimal therapeutic outcomes for clients and their families.
- Apply the current research and evidence-based indicators for safe and effective prescriptive practice.
This 3-day conference offers participants up to 17.0 contact hours, many of which are designated as ‘pharmacology’ content. The number of ‘Pharmacology’ contact hours available for a given session will be noted as ‘Rx =’ next to the session title whenever applicable. Estimates for pharmacology credit are based on information submitted by presenters; it is the responsibility of participants to determine whether the content provided meets the specific requirements of their certifying or licensing body.
Requirements for Successful Completion: Participants must complete the online conference evaluation(s) for the overall conference and each session attended by Sunday, May 7, 2023 to receive the contact hours. You will need your Order ID# from the confirmation email sent when you registered (or on the back of your conference nametag) to begin the online evaluations.
There will be a $25 charge to have WNA re-open either online evaluation after May 7. This option for late completion will be available only until October 22, 2023. Go to www.wisconsinnurses.org/reopen-eval/ for more information.
Relevant Financial Relationships: There are no relevant financial relationships with ineligible companies for those involved with the ability to control the content of this activity with the following exceptions:
- Session 3B: Benjamin Beran, MD - Recipient of educational grant from Pfizer
- Session 5B: Joseph Cherabie, MD, MSc - Panel Speaker for Roche Diagnostics (ended in 2022)
- Session 7B/8B: Anna Hendricks, BS - Employee of CooperSurgical (participating as technical trainer)
All of the relevant financial relationships listed for these individuals have been mitigated.
Commercial Support: In-kind support in the form of donated materials for practice provided by:
Wisconsin Nurses Association is approved with distinction as a provider of nursing continuing professional development by Montana Nurses Association, an accredited approver with distinction by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.
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